Before opening his own law office in 2007, Mr. Pritchard practiced for 17 years at one of the South's largest and most respected law firms. During that time, he earned the position of equity shareholder and practiced both commercial and tort litigation. His expertise lies in all phases of litigation including the commencement of a lawsuit, all areas of discovery, settlement (whether formal mediation or informal client consultation), trial and appeal in both state and federal courts. Mr. Pritchard's experience allows him to represent and protect the interests and rights of his clients while offering a more personal, one-on-one approach. Martindale-Hubbell, the most widely recognized and respected lawyer rating service, has rated Mr. Pritchard as "AV", which is the highest rating available for legal ability and ethical standards.
Mr. Pritchard's practice is designed to provide a close client/attorney relationship for individuals as well as small and medium-sized businesses. Mr. Pritchard is sensitive to the high cost of legal representation. As a result, he strives to provide cost-effective resolutions for his client's legal issues recognizing both the financial and emotional toll of protracted litigation. In situations where the matter can not be resolved quickly, Mr. Pritchard will efficiently and expeditiously prepare the case for trial either before a judge or jury. Mr. Pritchard can also provide post-trial representation should it be necessary.
The Law Office of Alan Pritchard, PLLC provides representation for individuals, sole-proprietorships, corporations, partnerships, limited liability companies and small and medium-sized businesses. Mr. Pritchard has over two decades of experience handling cases, including trials and appeals, arbitrations, and mediations in both state and federal courts.
Represented Plaintiff in two day federal court trial obtaining is judgment for client in the amount of $1,195,000 in compensatory damages, punitive damages, attorney's fees and prejudgment interest on claims of breach of contract, violation of Tennessee Consumer Protection Act, fraud and conversion; Obtained termination and renegotiation of collection agency's contract with a telephone service provider that agency had entered without legal representation resulting in savings to collection agency of more than $450,000.00 over three years of new contract.
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